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customer banning

I've been Firefox user since first available. Is it true what people are saying that Mozilla is collecting user website visit data and will soon begin banning people from… (kàsi)

I've been Firefox user since first available. Is it true what people are saying that Mozilla is collecting user website visit data and will soon begin banning people from using Firefox if they visit websites that differ politically from Mozilla's? All big tech companies are doing this and my son said Mozilla issued press release saying people who don't agree with Mozilla politics should be ”punished”. I'm in my mid 70s and trying to protect myself from problems.

Asked by TA 9 àwọn oṣù sẹ́hìn

Answered by TA 9 àwọn oṣù sẹ́hìn

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Encrypted server name indication - ESNI

In the previous version of Firefox Beta for Android downloaded from Google Play Store, I could toggle the esni option to true, under about:config. Now this version 85.0.0… (kàsi)

In the previous version of Firefox Beta for Android downloaded from Google Play Store, I could toggle the esni option to true, under about:config. Now this version 85.0.0-beta.2 the option is removed. I have enabled trr.mode to level 3, also the trr uri is unchanged and using Mozilla Cloudflare DNS. But when I use Cloudflares ESNI checker, Firefox Beta fails the ESNI test. Why was this option the network security esni mode? Or is under a different name? This issue is also present in the Firefox Nightly Build for Android from Google Play Store.

Asked by easyfella 10 àwọn oṣù sẹ́hìn

Answered by Seburo 10 àwọn oṣù sẹ́hìn

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Facebook

Is my Facebook account also protected and secure with Firefox oe Mozilla Thank you So. Dj.

Asked by Queeny-Baby 10 àwọn oṣù sẹ́hìn

Answered by Seburo 10 àwọn oṣù sẹ́hìn

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Are add ons safe?

I recently installed some add ons from the firefox browser, and they proved to be very useful for me. But they ask for the permission to access all the data for all the w… (kàsi)

I recently installed some add ons from the firefox browser, and they proved to be very useful for me. But they ask for the permission to access all the data for all the websites. This is something which scares me. Is it safe to give these add ons access to data, and then use browser for purposes like online banking.

Expecting help from your firefox team. Thanks

Asked by uddhavgpt 10 àwọn oṣù sẹ́hìn

Answered by TyDraniu 10 àwọn oṣù sẹ́hìn

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Please help me i want the best security and privacy...Thank you

* # Numbered list item 1. www.xvideos.com..2...www.beer777.com..3..www.camfrog.com...4..www.instargram.com..5..www.bongacams.com..And all the websites about chatting and… (kàsi)

  1. * # Numbered list item 1. www.xvideos.com..2...www.beer777.com..3..www.camfrog.com...4..www.instargram.com..5..www.bongacams.com..And all the websites about chatting and using cameras to perfrom sex and sex on line ...Thank you

Asked by trorunggun69 11 àwọn oṣù sẹ́hìn

Last reply by Andrew 11 àwọn oṣù sẹ́hìn

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Location Pop Up

Unfortunately there are alot of website that are requesting access to my location, this is really annoying me.. I don't want to have to deny access on a per website basis… (kàsi)

Unfortunately there are alot of website that are requesting access to my location, this is really annoying me..

I don't want to have to deny access on a per website basis. WHERE is the global switch? Or the option in about:config? This was not a problem before the major update that ruined every body's life. I do realize Mozilla is working out an incredible amount of bugs, however not having an option to disable this is frustrating. The WWW is already a frustrating experience with all the Pop Ups one must navigate to simply view a website. This is somewhat mitigated with the desktop version of Firefox with it's must more customizable approach.

I have the latest version of Firefox for Android 10.

Asked by FARCRY 11 àwọn oṣù sẹ́hìn

Answered by jscher2000 11 àwọn oṣù sẹ́hìn

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can't screenshot on private mode after android 11 update

I updated to android 11 on my Google pixel 3a a few days ago and had to change to 3 gesture to enable screenshotting on my device. When I try screenshotting in private on… (kàsi)

I updated to android 11 on my Google pixel 3a a few days ago and had to change to 3 gesture to enable screenshotting on my device. When I try screenshotting in private on firefox, i get this message saying 'this action isn't allowed by the app or your organization'

I enabled screenshot in private mode on the app I also don't have a '.nomedia' file in the pictures folder of my internal storage to delete, a suggestion other users with this problem found resolved their issue

Google support says it's not a problem with the update. Can anyone please help?

Asked by babystarj 11 àwọn oṣù sẹ́hìn

Answered by babystarj 11 àwọn oṣù sẹ́hìn

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khanh nguyen

O have 1 app bigo live you blook one time only don't let them com in my app again because my iPad thay go in my app to many time you kid out thay com back please help th… (kàsi)

O have 1 app bigo live you blook one time only don't let them com in my app again because my iPad thay go in my app to many time you kid out thay com back please help thank you very much

Asked by blook my app bigo live 1 ọdún sẹ́hìn

Last reply by Seburo 1 ọdún sẹ́hìn

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possible scam

I got a popup site on my Samsung phone firefox browser saying I had been selected to win an iphone. Is this a scam and if so how did it get on to firefox?

Asked by priscillaannevos 1 ọdún sẹ́hìn

Answered by Seburo 1 ọdún sẹ́hìn

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Bitwarden

I am frustrated that the new Firefox is not working because they are unable to code to allow the use of Bitwarden. As a person that requires a password storage that I can… (kàsi)

I am frustrated that the new Firefox is not working because they are unable to code to allow the use of Bitwarden.

As a person that requires a password storage that I can trust, I will probably leave Firefox because it does not allow the use of Bitwarden.

No mas!

Asked by pratomorone 1 ọdún sẹ́hìn

Answered by TyDraniu 1 ọdún sẹ́hìn

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Use Android certificate store or add ability to add root certificate authority

I have added custom certificate authority to the Android system certificates store. But it seems that Firefox doesn't use native store unlike other browsers do. I have to… (kàsi)

I have added custom certificate authority to the Android system certificates store. But it seems that Firefox doesn't use native store unlike other browsers do. I have to click to advance and allow every time I visit our "unsafe" university web.

Why there is no option to use native Android certificates store or to install CA into browser? That's quite security issue.

Asked by Vladan 1 ọdún sẹ́hìn

Answered by Vladan 1 ọdún sẹ́hìn

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Multi Account Container add on for Android?

I love being able to to run the Multi Account Container on my desktop. Currently it does not look like it is available in the add on's for Android phones tablets or Chro… (kàsi)

I love being able to to run the Multi Account Container on my desktop. Currently it does not look like it is available in the add on's for Android phones tablets or Chromebooks. Is this in the works, and or is there a tentative time-frame for release. I would love to have everything streamlined and identical from the desktop to the a mobile device. Currently there are very few options to even choose from and this restricts the level of security and the ability to seamlessly move from desktop to mobile. Thank you for your time.

Asked by 1israelanderson 1 ọdún sẹ́hìn

Answered by TyDraniu 1 ọdún sẹ́hìn

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Does Mozilla want users?

The latest version of or Firefox for Android provides a host of unwelcome ads, a clumsy UI that doesn't feel finished, sells my data by default, removes about:config wher… (kàsi)

The latest version of or Firefox for Android provides a host of unwelcome ads, a clumsy UI that doesn't feel finished, sells my data by default, removes about:config where I used to fix your mistakes, runs slower than before and generally leaves no reason to use Firefox. This is profoundly sad. At one time Firefox was a beautiful example of what FOSS can be, later the last bastion of privacy and user customization. Now it seems that Mozilla is trying to make Firefox more like Chrome.

I understand that you need money to operate. But your current business model has driven away a user of thirteen years, who once downloaded Firefox for Android purely out of trust and faith in Mozilla. At this rate you will join Netscape as a defunct icon, and rightly so.

Asked by miller.mrc 1 ọdún sẹ́hìn

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Payment of fees

I made a fees payment through mozilla firefox but the amount of money was deducted twice from my bank account, whereas I have only one acknowledgement slip,how to get bac… (kàsi)

I made a fees payment through mozilla firefox but the amount of money was deducted twice from my bank account, whereas I have only one acknowledgement slip,how to get back the remaining amount of money please help

Asked by inabegum4396 1 ọdún sẹ́hìn

Answered by Seburo 1 ọdún sẹ́hìn